A Road in the Mountains. (1970)
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AnnotationIt is told in the film, how the road was made in the mountains by a division of engineering troops within an extremely short period of time, and a pontoon ferry was made across the river at night to ensure training and military actions of tankers.
Temporary descriptionJoint engineers, scientists and the tank at altitude, during which the soldiers faced with the task: to pave the way to the mountains through the pass and build a crossing on the River. Commanders specify the route on the map. The tanks are suitable to their original positions. Sappers conducting blasting operations. Bulldozers clearing rubble. Mechanics repaired the tank in the workshop. Hiking kitchen military unit, soldiers eating. Types of roads in the mountains. The construction of the road in the evening. Sapper units suggests a pontoon ferry across the river in the evening. Type pontoon bridge. The tanks move along a mountain road. The traffic controller is showing the way decoy. The tanks are on the bridge. Type of the mountain pass and a bridge with the aircraft.
The film is about how, in the mountains in a very short period of time division engineer troops road was built, and at night hovering pontoon ferry across the river to provide training and combat soldiers.